Dungeness River Nature Center
River Center – Rainshadow Hall
1943 W Hendrickson Rd, Sequim, WA 98382
- Balance sheet
- Income statement
- IRS Form 990
Snacks will be provided.
The most valuable thing was to review the basics and to allow me to get a feel for what I do know and what I don’t know. It was helpful to confirm that many of the things that I am currently doing are correct.
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Who Should Attend
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About the Speakers
Virginia D. Lang is a veteran management consultant who has worked in the corporate sector and the nonprofit community as an adviser on all aspects of community affairs for over 35 years. Ginny has served as an expert coach, trainer, facilitator, and consultant to an impressive array of nonprofit organizations and is an accomplished speaker and presenter. She teaches nonprofit and leadership topics for private clients and for Whatcom Community College and Western Washington University. Lang Consulting specializes in planning, training and development for nonprofit organizations and helps nonprofit professionals and board members develop their leadership skills in the areas of communication, fundraising, outreach, board/ staff development, and volunteer management.
Jennifer Chang, Director of Learning, Nonprofit Association of Washington
Jennifer joined the Nonprofit Association of Washington team in August 2020. She brings over ten years of nonprofit experience and community-centered work in the South Puget Sound region to the team. Her experiences include serving as a nonprofit executive director, overseeing the transition of a funder managed program to an independent nonprofit, supporting watershed-based community collaborations, and leading urban green space restoration projects. Jennifer supports the continued growth of NAWA’s offerings and appreciates connecting with nonprofits across the state to cultivate learning opportunities and resources that meet their evolving needs. At the University of Washington, she received a Master of Public Administration from the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance as well as a Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Sciences. Jennifer is from Tacoma, Washington and she enjoys going for walks, quilting, and gardening.